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Camera from The Cookman Collection on display in The Crypt of St

Cookman Collects

There’s an astonishing collection of old cameras on show at St Mary in the Castle until Sunday as part of PhotoHastings 2016. Alex Brattell went along with his boring modern camera for a preview during the installation.

Crushed missile by Peter Kennard

Politically charged imagery

Photology – a monthly event presenting discussions around photography from some of the most significant artists, curators and writers working today- has been an integral part of the PhotoHastings calendar since the events begun in 2012.

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Octet

In musical terms an octet refers to eight singers or musicians who perform together in complementary fashion. In Octet, currently on exhibition at St Mary in the Castle, eight Photo Hastings photographers exhibit together in a complimentary fashion that any musical ensemble would be proud of.

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The Sixties in black and white

It’s 50 years since the 60s were in full swing. Writers might nominate the 20s, 40s, or the 80s as times of particular fashion and culture but rarely do they conveniently start at the beginning of the decade. So 2016 is not a bad time to celebrate that extraordinary, happening time when it was in full swing.

The Red Ladies collage on display at St Leonards Warrior Square Station

Red Ladies Clod Ensemble

Last autumn, the Clod Ensemble came to Hastings to release their performance art piece, The Red Ladies, on the unsuspecting folk of Hastings. Dressed in their black coats, red scarves, black sunglasses and red heels, The Red Ladies caused quite a stir in the town and the Zoom Arts’ photographers were there to capture the day. Steve Kilmartin reports.

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Languedoc seen through Kim Hall’s lens

Brexit victory in the EU referendum last month provides an unplanned backdrop for the next exhibition at Zoom Arts Warrior Square station gallery, when self-confessed Francophile Kim Hall presents photos of the landscape of the Languedoc region. Zoom previews its next exhibition.

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Guy the Gorilla © Wolf Suschitzky

Animal Logic: is this my best side?

Walking down Norman Road, HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths stopped in her tracks to look at Guy the Gorilla staring out through the bars of his cage. Just as when Guy was alive he attracted attention, so he does in this photography exhibition,  Animal Logic. There are many excellent wildlife photographers but Austrian photographer, Wolfgang Suschitzky, is somewhat different.

Photo: Steve Kilmartin.

Street life through the lens

Contrasting views of street life in London and India is the theme of the new Zoom Arts photography exhibition which opens shortly at its St Leonards Warrior Square station gallery. Nick Terdre reports.

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